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I have a directory tree that contains the files for bootable Windows installations (i.e., the files would simply be copied to a stick drive, and then used to boot from) that I am copying from an external drive to C:. I had completely deleted the tree on C:, but it seems that every time I copy it over, I have instead of 518 files & 57 folders (on the external drive), 942 files & 96 folders. However, when I go to Command Prompt and do a dir /s, I get the same value for both, which is the bigger one. I think I have the folder options as the same.